The Columbia River Gorge is one of the most beautiful locations in the country. And for those of us who call Camas and Washougal home, access to this incredible natural beauty is just a few steps or a short drive away.
Post-Record subscribers have been receiving letters in the mail during the past several days, informing them of a significant change that will be implemented later this month.
Role models – the people children and adults look up to as examples of how to live and interact with others – come in all forms.
The Camas School Board is considering the question of whether to locate a proposed project-based learning high school at the vacant Sharp Laboratories of America building. There are already plans to open a similar middle school program there in the fall.
Camas and Washougal are wonderful places to live, work and play. But every once in a while, it’s nice to jump beyond the boundaries of these two small towns and take in all that Southwest Washington has to offer.
Dump the Pump Day
An incredible group of people will gather together this weekend to make sure that no child will go hungry this summer.
The Washougal City Council is currently considering a proposal that if approved would provide property tax exemptions for developers of new mixed-use, multi-family residential housing projects.
Comments made by this year’s Camas-Washougal Chamber of Commerce Businesspersons of the Year Jerry and Mary Sauer and Citizen of the Year Randy Curtis, illustrate their passion and commitment to improve and enhance the communities of Camas and Washougal, where they work, live and volunteer:
Proclamations recently signed by the mayors of Camas and Washougal recognize the upcoming World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. It’s a time to put the spotlight on efforts to encourage all citizens to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of Camas seniors, while treating them with dignity, respect and kindness.